Our Writers

Inge Beckers

Inge Beckers

Sarah Cramoysan

Sarah Cramoysan

Steve Emery

Steve Emery

Karen Henry

Karen Henry

Pinky Jangra

Pinky Jangra

Lisa Jones

Lisa Jones

Janette Kirk-Willis

Janette Kirk-Willis

Sarah Monk

Sarah Monk

Julie Ostrow

Julie Ostrow

Amy Poole

Amy Poole

Kelly Seaward

Kelly Seaward

Fizza Shah

Fizza Shah

Bryony Shaw

Bryony Shaw

Neil Wilkie

Neil Wilkie

Our Blogs

‘Love, as it turns out…’

‘Love, as it turns out…’

‘Love, as it turns out, nourishes your body the way the right balance of sunlight, nutrient-rich soil, and water nourishes plants and allows them to flourish'  (Fredrickson, 2014, p. 4). As the schools shut on 20th March 2020 and the teaching world embraced a new...

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Positive Climate

Positive Climate

In my previous blog, I described the first step towards a positive leadership approach, the positive mindset. We need to learn to see possibilities instead of only what is present and focus on strengths instead of weaknesses. In this third blog, I will explore the...

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Positive Poetry Path for Positive Wellbeing

Positive Poetry Path for Positive Wellbeing

Positive Psychology and Poetry Positive Psychology advocates the cultivation of positive emotions this is possible through the process of association of absorbing rich literature. Positive psychology refers to this as a form of flourishing behaviour. The novel aim of...

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The Light Life Flash Dash

The Light Life Flash Dash

A flash fiction, is fiction, written quickly, on the fly or, in the moment for a writing sprint exercise. I'm currently taking part if the NaNoWriMo, a yearly competition for novel writers to get to a goal of fifty thousand words ~ done in one month. It's a fund...

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Embracing Our Multiple Selves in Coaching

Embracing Our Multiple Selves in Coaching

Do you ever think about who you are? Do you say you are an introvert, extrovert, creative, energetic, or some other descriptor? Often we speak of wanting to be our ‘best selves’, or we might say we ‘we weren’t at our best’. That indicates that who we are at any given...

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The Light Life on Fire

The Light Life on Fire

When we spend our days focusing on turmoil, we can feel the fire of negative emotions coursing through our thoughts. Our emotions are running high these days. We feel an urgency to do … something. We are experiencing an emotional surge that is one part,...

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Meaning and Well-being

Meaning and Well-being

Having Meaning in life is good for you Positive Psychology (PP) research consistently shows that experiencing high levels of meaning in life is associated with all sorts of positive wellbeing indicators such as life satisfaction, hope, optimism and resilience to name...

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How to Spice up Your Sex Life

How to Spice up Your Sex Life

Questions that Couples rarely ask each other are:  How good is our sex life? Give an honest calibration out of 10 for quality and quantity. What am I not doing that you would like me to do? What am I doing that you would like more of? What am I doing that you would...

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Is Now a Good Time to Re-connect with Nature?

Is Now a Good Time to Re-connect with Nature?

“Nature is one of the most underutilized treasures in life. It has the power to unburden hearts and reconnect to that inner place of peace” Janice Anderson With all the Covid restrictions, it’s not an easy time to become close to fellow humans. Whilst the argument for...

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